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Description: The Three Lions Inn
Date Listed: 14 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 107177
OS Grid Reference: SU0074800052
OS Grid Coordinates: 400748, 100052
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8000, -1.9907
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The Three Lions Inn,
(formerly listed as "Three Lions
Inn and House adjoining the
Three Lions Inn")
SU 0000 SE 2/153 14.6.52
Late C18-early C19. Rendered walls, tiled roof. Two storeys and attics. Ground
floor of the Three Lions Inn has double entrance doors (one now blocked) under a
flat stone moulded canopy on shaped brackets. Three sculptured lions on the
canopy - possibly of Coade Stone. Elevation to West Street has, on the ground floor,
2 double hung sash windows with glazing bats and raised plaster surrounds. First
floor has 2 similar windows. No 23a has a central door, similar to that in the Inn,
with a 6 panel flush panel door. Right of the door, a window has been altered to
form a second doorway, now blocked. Left of the door is a double hung sash window,
similar to those in the Inn, but without glazing bars. First floor has 2 similar
windows, without glazing bars. Facade to No 23a has raised plaster quoins at each
end. Attic has 4 dormers with hipped roofs and casements with glazing bars. West
elevation - facing Victoria Road has a doorway with pedimented hood on console
brackets. Ground floor has 3 double hung sash windows with raised plastered
surrounds and glazing bars, and a second, blocked, doorway. First floor has 3 windows
similar to those on ground floor. Two storeyed extension at rear, with brick walls
and tiled roof.
Listing NGR: SU0074800052
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Source: English Heritage
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